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David Suzuki | The way we manage forests and grow, process and distribute food is contributing to climate disruption, but protecting and restoring natural landscapes will help absorb excess CO2.
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David Suzuki | Politicians have decided short-term economic gain and positive election prospects are more important than ensuring that we and our children and grandchildren will have a viable future.
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David Suzuki | Plunging oil prices mean industry is putting the brakes on oilsands expansion -- bad news for businesses in Fort McMurray and those heavily invested in the industry but good news for the planet.
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Megan Van Buskirk | This blog discusses the morals of climate change both at an international scale and linking them to a local Saskatchewan perspective.
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Kelsey Mech, Brenna Owen, Alex Cool-Fergus, Katie Perfitt, Bronwen Tucker, Megan Van Buskirk, Aleah Loney | Canada's most recent INDC proposal avoids any mention of the tar sands and our increasing inability to meet emissions targets, and outlines only a handful of inadequate "solutions."
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Marc Lee | Amid the gloom of the science on climate change lies the possibility for a tectonic shift in our economy and the politics of carbon.
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MUSKRAT Magazine | The IPCC report confirms what Indigenous people have been warning for years: if we don't respect the relationship between humans and the natural world, catastrophic impacts will result.
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David Suzuki | Taking measured steps to address global warming would have few negative economic effects and would offer numerous benefits. Failing to act would be disastrous for the economy and environment.
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Stephen Leahy | Countless climate studies end up concluding that what's missing in a shift to low-carbon living is political will. Left unsaid is the incredibly powerful and influential fossil fuel industry.
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Nick Fillmore | The UN report on climate change highlights what is needed from climate activists. Time to reflect on how to get Canada to take action.
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John Dillon | Government climate negotiators agree that the global temperature increase must be below two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels to avoid catastrophic climate change.
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David Suzuki | The latest chapter of the IPCC Fifth Assessment says there's still time to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. The good news is that there are many benefits to taking action.